Cardiac Arrest News and Research

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A cardiac arrest, also known as cardiopulmonary arrest or circulatory arrest, is the abrupt cessation of normal circulation of the blood due to failure of the heart to contract effectively during systole.
Study provides insight into neurobiology of dying

Study provides insight into neurobiology of dying

Younger women with SCAD may benefit most from conservative treatment

Younger women with SCAD may benefit most from conservative treatment

Report identifies potentially modifiable factors that may contribute to persistent risk of SUID

Report identifies potentially modifiable factors that may contribute to persistent risk of SUID

New ECPR alert helps some people survive fatal cardiac arrest

New ECPR alert helps some people survive fatal cardiac arrest

Cardiovascular risk factors may play greater role in sudden cardiac arrest among younger people

Cardiovascular risk factors may play greater role in sudden cardiac arrest among younger people

Scientists use ‘big-data’ to define burden of sarcoidosis

Scientists use ‘big-data’ to define burden of sarcoidosis

Cardiac arrest patients often lack follow-up of brain injuries, study finds

Cardiac arrest patients often lack follow-up of brain injuries, study finds

Scientists introduce air-filled microbubbles as intravenous oxygen carriers

Scientists introduce air-filled microbubbles as intravenous oxygen carriers

Researchers develop novel organ-on-a-chip device that models atherosclerosis

Researchers develop novel organ-on-a-chip device that models atherosclerosis

Hospitals with history get a second life

Hospitals with history get a second life

Study takes deeper look on outcomes of cardiac arrest patients with supraglottic airways

Study takes deeper look on outcomes of cardiac arrest patients with supraglottic airways

Heart break could lead to severe and long term heart damage

Heart break could lead to severe and long term heart damage

New tool can offer accurate estimates of cardiac risks for older surgery patients

New tool can offer accurate estimates of cardiac risks for older surgery patients

Sexual activity poses exceedingly small risk in causing sudden cardiac arrest

Sexual activity poses exceedingly small risk in causing sudden cardiac arrest

Penn study uncovers gender disparity in bystander CPR during cardiac arrest

Penn study uncovers gender disparity in bystander CPR during cardiac arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest during sex is rare say researchers

Sudden cardiac arrest during sex is rare say researchers

Rebound hyperthermia linked to worse neurologic outcomes, mortality in survivors of cardiac arrest

Rebound hyperthermia linked to worse neurologic outcomes, mortality in survivors of cardiac arrest

African Americans have shorter lifespan because of heart disease and stroke

African Americans have shorter lifespan because of heart disease and stroke

Brain function does not die immediately after the heart stops finds study

Brain function does not die immediately after the heart stops finds study

Researchers working towards developing computer model for predicting heart health

Researchers working towards developing computer model for predicting heart health